Welcome to the Agnes Scott Arboretum.

The Agnes Scott Arboretum provides an interactive, interdisciplinary tree tour through the beautiful campus of Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia. The featured topics are inspired by the liberal arts curriculum of Agnes Scott College. In keeping with the College’s commitment to the liberal arts, the Agnes Scott Arboretum invites visitors to reflect on the complex connections between trees and humans and the integral role that trees play in our lives.

LATEST NEWS! The exciting collaboration between the United States Forestry Service’s Centers for Urban and Interface Forestry and the Agnes Scott Arboretum has now produced its final report on the Urban Forest Management & Sustainability Audit conducted January-August of this year. Go here to learn more about the audit and its findings.

Here are members of the audit team in action, undertaking its Green Asset Evaluation on May 12, 2014. Thanks go out to Ed Macie, Dudley Hartel, Susan Kidd, Claudia Mitchell, David Williams, Lock Rogers, Kimberly Reeves, and Jim Abbot.

(L-R) Dudley Hartel, Greg Levine, Ed Macie, Claudia Mitchell, David Williams

Chair of the Audit Committee, Ed Macie of the U.S. Forest Service

Dudley Hartel, ASC consulting arborist and USFS forester

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